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“Don’t make something unless it is both necessary and useful； but if it is both necessary and useful， don’t hesitate to make it beautiful.”—Shaker rule of thumb
The quote above is so essential to Room &； Board’；s approach to design that we display it on the walls in our showrooms across the country. Shaker style is known for simple lines， functionality and fine craftsmanship. Often referred to as the first minimalistspersonalized christmas ornaments， Shakers designed their buildings and furniture around the principle？of neatness. Their timeless aesthetic？inspired modernists like George Nakashima and Hans Wegner. It has found its way into our collections as well. Here are a few examples of Shaker style as interpreted by Room &； Board.custom christmas gifts
Hopkins chairs | Featuring timeless ladder back design associated with classic Shaker style， this chair pairs well with any table and highlights the durability of American craftsmanship. Every chair is made one at a time from domestically sourced ash， by expert woodworkers.
Adams collection | This collection brings the elegance of Shaker design into the modern home. The West Virginia artisans craft each piece from solid wood.
Spike multiple wall hooks | The Shakers hung wooden peg rails around their rooms and used them to hold everything from their chairs to candle holders. Artisan-crafted from steel in Minnesota， our modern version is classic shaker.
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We love seeing the?submissions for our challenges. ?To us?you are all winners!? The creative ideas you come up with inspire us everyday. ?We want to remind you about our current?challenge that is all about FALL – show us what it is about fall that?inspires?you.
If you’re looking for a cute and crafty teacher gift idea for back to school or Teacher Appreciation Week, you’re in the right place! ?Whether it’s a new teacher you’d like to make a good impression on or one you know and love, this personalized ruler wreath is a perfect gift for any teacher. ?The rulers tie in the school theme perfectly and you can easily customize it with different colors and embellishments.
There is no better way to celebrate spring (or to convince it to hurry up and get here!) and the temperatures warming up than with a tall, cold, glass of flavored lemonade or a colorful mocktail made with the seasonal fruits that are (finally!) in season. And, what better way to enjoy them than from a adorable DIY drinking glasses!? It’s so simple and easy to add a little spring flair to your favorite jar or water bottle and once you do you’ll be sipping pretty! Here’s how: